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Read Impact NW's commitment to equity & diversity in response to recent executive orders from the White House.

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News and Events

Domestic Violence: Healing doesn't come with a manual

Parenting doesn't come with a manual—and healing from domestic violence doesn't, either. Learn about how we help safe parents & kids heal.
Club Impact participants meet new friends and hang out in a safe space for adults with disabilities to practice social skills.

Adults with disabilities need a space to socialize, too

Domestic violence impacts one in three women. But most incidents of domestic violence go unreported. Even fewer people seek help. Carmen is the exception.
Over 130,000 calls for help were made to Oregon's domestic violence services in 2014.

Impact NW and Verizon team up for No More Week

Domestic violence impacts one in three women. But most incidents of domestic violence go unreported. Even fewer people seek help. Carmen is the exception.
Kevin Washington, CFO of Impact NW

Impact NW Invests in Future by Naming New Chief Financial Officer

Impact NW has made a major investment in its future as a premier provider of education and social services by naming Kevin Washington as its new Chief Financial Officer.

We stand with you.

In these times of growing fear and uncertainty in our community in response to recent executive orders from the White House, know that Impact NW stands with you.

Four myths about poverty—busted

To set the record straight on what it's like to live with financial hardships, we're busting four common myths about poverty.

You helped us raise over $60,000—thank you!

Our community helped us raise over $60,000 and thousands of warm clothing items for people in need this holiday season. Thank you for supporting Impact NW!
Anthony, a father of twin boys, found support at Impact NW's Richmond Place

A Place to Call Home: Anthony's Story

“Impact NW was the first place that opened its doors to me as a single parent,” explained Anthony. “They’re more than a landlord—they’re your advocate, and they fight for you." Read Anthony's inspirational story of finding housing through Impact NW, and getting his twin boys back from foster care.
Dianne Denham and Jeff Cogen display donated coats at Impact NW's coat drive.
XRAY.fm features Impact NW's PSA

Love is in the Air

Impact NW receives a touching letter from a former senior…

The Jade Journal - A Voice Discovered

Impact NW's SUN Community Schools students participate in…

Impact NW Mission Video

OUR MISSION

To help people prosper through a community of support.

OUR IMPACT

36,000 Individuals receive nurturing, effective and quality services each year.

12,000 Meals are served weekly to hungry children.

3,321 Volunteers serve 32,382 total hours each year, a value of $688,117 in additional services.

Youth & Family Services

Provide school and community-based educational, pre-employment, and life skill supports to youth ages 5-21 in the metro area.

Housing & Safety Net Services

Provide comprehensive stabilizing and sustaining services to help families and individuals achieve and maintain long-lasting self-sufficiency.

Early Childhood & Family Services

Promote the nurturing, development, and school-readiness of children from birth through age five by providing education, support, and guidance.